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Security selection

Security Selection

The process by which one chooses the securities, derivatives, and other assets to include in a portfolio. In making securities selections, one considers the risk, the return, the ethical implications, and other factors affecting both of the individual securities and the portfolio as a whole. See also: Diversification.
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Evans, came and chatted with her, telling her that she had a charming voice and "interpreted" her selections beautifully.
Furthermore, I am convinced that Natural Selection has been the main but not exclusive means of modification.
At this, the assembled selections laughed very heartily; and one gentleman in a yellow waistcoat, with a coach-trimming border, whispered a neighbour in green-foil smalls, that Tuckle was in spirits to-night.
Sam called the greengrocer a 'desp'rate willin,' and ordered a large bowl of punch--two circumstances which seemed to raise him very much in the opinion of the selections.
Here's how the merit selection of judges works today in Arizona.
An analysis of case level difficulty and participants' field experience reveals that experience was neither associated with participants' correct treatment selection on the first attempt (rpb = -.
Most early theories describe motivations for "mate" selection and characteristics that people tend to look for in a lifetime romantic partner in the context of marriage.
I first-team selection was also a defensive standout, making several great plays in a 5-4, 10-inning quarterfinal victory over Riverside Poly.
The scientists scanned the genomes of 89 East Asians, 60 Europeans, and 60 Africans to find DNA stretches recently affected by natural selection.
James McBride's The Color of Water: A Black Man's Tribute to His White Mother (Riverhead Trade, February 1997) was the selection for winter of 2004.
Regardless of the process used, any award, including awards in a sealed bid selection, should represent the best value.
Each selection is preceded by head notes in which Anderson provides some brief background on the author, possible links to the work of Tolkien, and publication information.